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to build more highways out in the suburbs if we have people in the cities right now who have to work but have no way to get to the jobs. we should be investing in our minority owned neighborhoods so people don't have to travel. >> jon: it's a black view first spoke in 2005. >> there's deep, persistent poverty in this region, as well. that poverty has roots in the history of racial discrimination when the streets were rebuilt. there should be many new businesses, including minority owned businesses, along those streets. >> jon: [as george w. bush]: you see, what i'm trying say is this: we didn't land on plymouth rock, plymouth rock, you see, won't get landed on again. he he he. so despite the fact what barack obama was saying echoed the sentimentses of other mainstream politicians and despite the fact that it echoed his own speech in 2007 that aired live on cnn, obama's real crime was not the content and the message, but the rhythm, oh, the rhythm. the rhythm is going to get you. >> you notice the way in the way he delivers the speech before a predominantly african american? >> the ac
to denver before he would know the mile high city would be his water loop, he has never performed that well that far above sea level, oh wait. >> america, he cannot turn back. not with so much work to be done. not with so many children to educate, and so many veterans to care for, and god bless the united states of america. >> jon: we'll be right b (cheers and applause) >> jon: welcome back, my guest host of the fox news channel riley factor. his new book called killing kennedy, the end of camelot please welcome back mr. bill o reilly. -- (cheers and applause) >> so must have been nice times to see fox news videos last night. do you think there will be a fox news obama debate baby boom for all the -- >> whatever dow mean, stewart. >> jon: were you guys excited back there. >> were we guy, i mean are we all the same? is that what you are implying here? >> jon: yeah, were you guys-- (laughter) all right, let's talk about your book s what, killing kennedy. >> correct. >> jon: and this is, i am assuming you are confessing to something in here. >> not me. >> jon: this is your second book, killing
rye root in the u.s. again. we have a bunch of cities where workers are trained in machinery and advanced manufacturing and companies are starting to look maybe we in-source instead of out-source but we'll have to change the tax code to make sure there's a strong case. >> jon: if congress was obstinate before won't they still be there or do you get to at some point there, and i'll throw a phrase out there, abracadabra. so if their o obstinnance creat the problem how do we change that? >> maybe we can get democrats elected and change it back. number two, when you look at some of the things we need to look let's say in the first year, 2013, we need things balanced. it will be settled one way or another next year. the question is do we do it in a balanced responsible way or not asking millionaires and billionaires to pay a dime of taxes to preserve education. >> jon: wait, this is the first time i'm hearing about billio billionaires. what are you doing us? >> jon? >> jon: no, i'm going float to commercial and we'll have a conversation. we do have to go to d >> jon: welcome back.
city. >> jon: had you been there previously? >> i'd never been but i read up about it. you know; it used to be constantinople, the gateway from the west to the east. it's incredible culture and history. >> jon: do they have chick-fil-a? (laughter) what are the kinds of -- do you immerse yourself in the local culture? what was your favorite food that you had? >> actually, you know what my favorite food was? it was a chicken wrap every night. >> jon: chicken wrap every night. >> yes. >> jon: you're a man of simple pleasures. >> very simple. >> jon: was it turkish? was there something about it -- >> it was kind of a little spice to it. >> jon: cumin. it's cumin. >> it wasn't cumin. >> jon: no, it's cumin. it's cumin. (laughter) believe me, i read an awful lot about -- it's cumin. (laughter) >> i'm not sure. >> jon: leaves a little bit of that -- >> yeah, a little bit of that. (laughter) leaves your teeth a little bit yellow, too, actually. >> jon: did you ever see "midnight express"? >> i did, yeah. >> jon: i am always afraid that i'll go to turkey and as i'm leaving, like, they'll
. >> can't afford to wait around till spring. the only way out of the city is the airport. they build new cover identities for them, take them out on a commercial flight. >> jon: i remember smoking in meetings. (laughter) please welcome back to the show ben affleck. (cheers and applause) >> jon: young man, despite the wiz bang nature of that clip, there's a lot of excitement in the movie. >> it's very suspenseable. it's a -- not a bureaucracy movie. >> jon: not a bureaucracy movie at all. i have a lot of actors on the movie. not a ton, but a few. enough. >> sure. >> jon: and i often times will lie to their faces. will say to them -- (laughter) "well, this is a tremendous work you've done" and the actor hugh grant comes to mind. (laughter) (audience reacts) i watched the film today. phenomenal. phenomenal. suspenseful. interesting. well researched, well acted, well directed. the energy of it. do you know when you're in the middle of this -- >> i'm done. thank you very much! (cheers and applause) >> jon: no, no, i was incredibly impressed with the film. >> thank you very much. i appreciate
city of chicago. people here sure are friendly but some have had a hard time understanding my accent. so to make sure people get every word of the geico savings message i've been practicing how to talk like a true chicagoan. switching to geico could save you hundreds of dollars on car insurance... da bears. haha... you people sure do talk funny. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> jon: my guests tonight, actor, former governor of california, his new memoirs is called "total recall", my unbelievable true life story, arnold schwarzenegger! >> thank you. >> jon: you are looking good, what do you bench, 150? 160? >> a little higher. >> jon: a little higher? >> exactly. >> jon:. >> i stopped benching in high school so i am not sure what it is. "total recall", so, listen, so you obviously, you know, we have to get the elephant out of the room, obviously what everybody is thinking about when they look at this is what were you thinking with jingle all the way? why write the book now when you, when you go on the show, they are just going to d
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